Led Out of Bondage Lyrics + Video

Led Out of Bondage Lyrics

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God promised to lead His children out of bondage
He said He'd free them from Pharaoh's evil hand
He said He'd guide and protect them on their journey
And lead them to the promised land

Verse 1:
God's children were slaves in Egypt land
So God took Moses by the hand
He said, "Moses, tell old Pharaoh to set 'em free"
But Moses wanted a way to get out
'Cause in his mind he was beginning to doubt
And he said, "Lord, old Pharaoh ain't gonna listen to me"
Now the Lord said, "Son, throw down that rod"'
Old Moses did and he cried to God
Because it turned to a snake, as wicked and evil as sin
Then he cried again with an awful wail
For the Lord said, "Seize it by the tail"
Old Moses did and it turned to a rod again

God promised to lead His children out of bondage
He said He'd free them from Pharaoh's evil hand
He said He'd guide and protect them on their journey
And lead them to the promised land

Verse 2:
Now, the Lord said, "Moses, I've got power
And I'll be with you every hour"
Said, "Go tell Pharaoh to set my children free"
Well, Moses did, the Lord helped out
He sent the plagues to the land about
So old Pharaoh told him to go and let him be
So they started out with a cloud that day
And a fire by night would lead the way
'Til old Pharaoh suddenly decided to change his mind
So he gathered together his soldier band
Got all the chariots throughout the land
Said, "I'll let them Israelites go some other time"

God promised to lead His children out of bondage
He said He'd free them from Pharaoh's evil hand
He said He'd guide and protect them on their journey
And lead them to the promised land


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Bible Verses for Led Out of Bondage

Exodus 6 : 6

Wherefore say unto the children of Israel, I am Jehovah, and I will bring you out from under the burdens of the Egyptians, and I will rid you out of their bondage, and I will redeem you with an outstretched arm, and with great judgments: